© West Australian Newspapers Limited 2020. Enjoy unlimited access to thewest.com.au and everyday digital editions on any device. Adelaide Crows Home: The official source of Crows news, video, injury updates, photos, player profiles, tickets, fixture and more. Gunston is also happy to stay. Was $13 now $7 per week for 12 weeks* (Digital + Print). The Crows players will also have a so-called first strike against them under the AFL’s drugs policy and will have to attend a drug and alcohol education course prior to next season. Rival clubs including Geelong, Richmond and Port Adelaide are understood to be pitching offers to the 26-year-old midfielder. The AFL said it took that “relatively recent” incident into account when determining the length of Stengle’s suspension. “There is no excuse for my behaviour,” he posted on Instagram. Crouch and Stengle made separate apologies on social media on October 1, with Crouch admitting he made “a big mistake”. Adelaide Crows squad Billy Frampton is a new addition to the squad, with … Adelaide’s Brad Crouch and Tyson Stengle have been suspended by the AFL for two and four games respectively for being caught with illicit drugs. Video. In August, Stengle signed a contract extension with the Crows until the end of the 2022 season. Play Video. In April, the Crows suspended Stengle for four games and fined him $2500 after he was caught drink-driving and driving an unregistered car. Player profiles, news and video from the Adelaide Crows' AFLW team. Police caught Crouch and Stengle with an illicit drug, understood to be cocaine, in Adelaide’s central business district at 5.15am on September 28. Crouch, the Crows’ 2019 club champion, fell off-contract at the end of Adelaide’s season and became a restricted free agent. The AFL confirmed on Saturday the pair had been found guilty of “conduct unbecoming“, following an investigation into the September incident. Player profiles, news and video from the Adelaide Crows' AFL team. Adelaide's year has gone from bad to worse after two players were allegedly caught with illicit drugs. Thursday - Monday papers home delivered with all of the latest footy news! Rounding out the new numbers, former Port Adelaide forward/ruck Billy Frampton claimed No.22 last month, while Tyson Stengle took the No.18 from Eddie Betts. Hawthorn is determined to keep hold of the 28-year-old, who Champion Data considered was the third best tall forward behind Charlie Dixon and Tom Hawkins in 2020. Swans pick No.22 for Ben Brown: who says no?